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are spending more money than you are taking and you need to spend less there is no symptoms to make big government more menacing than debt, break its grip and we began to berate our economy and future >> we are running out of time >> in chicago center dick durbin weighed in on the latest round calling republican plan to kick the debate down the field dangerous >> businesses families and individuals across america will pay more for credit cards for borrowing from palms for vehicles that is the reality >> also today senator dick durbin made a point that the debt limit has been raised 89 times since 193918 of those under ronald reagan during his address tonight the president also invoked the former president and regards to a possible increase tax increase on the wealthy >> joining us chicago tribune political reporter rick pearson break this down for us >> it very interesting you have the president give a speech calling people to go over their heads of their congressman talk them down and get them and bought and talking about a tax increase as part of the big grand scheme well nobody
on the first floor every time a big storm is coming the family gets nervous. tries to get whatever he can out of the basement. >> take everything up i feel something i cannot grab everything >> up and down deborah drive things valuable to somebody about garbage in nearly every house on the block affected by the weekend storm a new homeowner never worried about heavy rain until now. >> today that was large clouds wind blowing very hard afraid it was going to happen again >> every time there is rain the president's anxiety is way up >> not equipped to hold the treacherous storms, what they do concede up to help that >> revenue to the casino we need to use to infrastructure swears to have the capacity to hold the rank >> residents are skeptical about my mother has that to 35 years and i have heard from the politicians and i do not believe i just do not believe that >> we can see what they can do for us i hope i hope i hope >> and other severe storm adds insult to injury, so many towns and cities in the chicago area, many of them here have lost so many of the blogging is already not much
60 residents will be put up in temporary housing. a weary region battling third big storm and as many weeks. >> seems to be that we are in the pathway things have shifted there seems to be closer to the lakefront to getting along the shoreline to the west we are certainly in the cross hairs >> com ed crew is working very hard to still tonight that have restored power to hundreds of thousands upon so far including great america spokesperson telling me tonight that because the power is back on to most of the park they are expecting to be open tomorrow morning >> the red cross opening 2 shelters for people displaced from homes due to today's storms in addition and west chicago two more shelters will now open in waukegan and in willowbrook. people who stay at the shelters will be given meals and have a safe and air conditioned place to stay and number to call on the the website for more information delays up to an hour at the airports 45 minutes in and out of midway, o'hare travelers hit hardest by the storm, 250 flights canceled. let's check in with meteorologist tom skilli
and it is not a pie in the sky once the home of a steel plant the big area could once again be a work song 1200 new jobs building staff and new local energy plant that turns coal into synthetic natural gas >> $3 billion investment rating construction jobs jobs that maintain and operate the facility a lot of coal mining jobs as well >> not yet a done deal as existing contamination first needs to be cleaned up to the tune of $30 million. building permits yet to be issued. >> under quinn signed legislation today that paved the way for a new york based company to build a new plant here creating a new source of energy that could be used to keeheat illinois homes >> we want to build our source of natural gas as a reliable affordable and clean >> while all of the coal and more already at the proposed plant site cannot be used to create synthetic natural gas and create jobs in the process a fear by local environmentalists creating more pollution. with that more health concerns. >> all of this creates dust and particular matter in the air and this has been proven to cause asthma higher levels in the a
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